DEFRA is running a consultation on new regulations for the cleaner domestic burning of solid fuels and wood. The deadline for responses is 23.59 hours on Friday 12th October, 2018. Please respond if this affects you by making it clear that any changes must have full regard to the needs of Showmen. The consultation document can be accessed here. General information about the consultation is here. There is an online response form here. You can also respond by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to: Local Air Quality Team Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Seacole Building 2 Marsham Street London SW1P 4DF
10 October, 2018. Equality and Human Rights Commission, Fleetbank House, 2-6 Salisbury Square, London, EC4Y 8JX Chair: Carla Garnelas, Treaty Monitoring Principal, Equality and Human Rights Commission. Andrew and Robert Wilkinson will be attending this workshop to explore how we could use some of the UN recommendations and treaties in our work. Also we will be looking on how to use international human rights treaties in the UK Courts. We will post our findings after the meeting here on this page.
The meanings of defamation are all related to the effect that the communication has upon its subject by way of the effect it has upon the community generally; it can be considered defamation in the following cases: it is a discredit to the person it causes the regard in which the subject is held by others to be lowered it causes the person to be shunned or avoided it causes the person to be the subject of hatred, ridicule or contempt Please Note: If you have experienced this, then AIS holds the policy of advising you to get in contact with a solicitor. If you would like to read further about this continuing problem then the following site is useful in giving you a total overview of the legal processes involved. Just follow, or choose one of the links in the menu on the left hand side Law on the web - defamation